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an awful t lot of activity down here on the floor. bob pisani joins me. comeback in the market given the statements from jim o'neal earlier in the morning that this is a biggie and could have ripple effects over europe. i'm impressed that the market came back so much. >> the important thing is, let's put up the dow again. one of the reasons that we were moving up off of our lows is that money was coming out of europe and into the u.s. stock market. i'm sure some of it did. the important thing is after the market closed, europe closed around 12:30 eastern time. we held up very well. we're just off our highs. we were for a second positive just fractionally in the dow industrials. look at the major sector, sue, slightly more defensive. so telecom and utilities and consumer staples. look at the financials, sue. they were down more than 1% as a group but now only only fractionally if you look at the big banks, citi group has significant exposure to europe. the regional banks are all just down fractionally today. the dow stocks are up, big international names. caterpillar, for example, pfi
to not be having a huge impact on the equity markets. so what is moving the market today? bob pisani is in the middle of the action here at big board. >> take a look at the dow, bill. it's been a fairly narrow trading range, but also fairly narrow in europe. down two to one declining against advancing stocks. but we are still moving relative to europe. put up a chart here of the european markets versus the u.s. markets. that green is the european markets, the white is the u.s. market's intraday. they track each other perfectly. we are moving in tandem with europe. don't kid yourself, most people i talk to think they have to have some form of taxation on deposits. they have no other way of getting money and the european union is saying they have to find out some way of raising money. notice china is down again. you see that fxi, the big china etf, down again four days in a row. the china market is a real big worry. it's not getting a lot of publicity, but it's out there. also out there, these oil service numbers. yesterday, schlumberger, big oil service company, north american activit
love those. >> bob, you are up. >> bob: back in the day, since i was around to cover most all the inaugust rations, for example, going back to abraham lincoln, the second one, there is something absurd about the ncaa. that is the college athletes who are supposed to be going to school. and sports is part of their life at school. but you know that virtually nobody who will go in the n.b.a. draft this year will have gotp out of college? i don't think anybody in the last two or three drafts graduated from college. maybe i'm wrong, maybe one or two. when you look at the facts here, ten freshmen apply for the draft this year. ten out of 48 collegiate players. that is just absolutely absur absurd. >> dana: isn't it better than wasting the school's time? >> bob: i think it's waste of the kids' time myself. >> kimberly: this is a sad story. but, you know, the poor girl scouts. there is two oregon troops of girl scouts and they were excited because they thought they got an awesome order but they were duped. somebody tricked them. very sad, actually. >> bob: it was greg. >> greg: yes. >
story. yields down, back below 2%. 1.9%. people in treasuries nervous about vie press. is bob nervous? the head of fixed income management at vanguard managing more than $700 billion in bond and money markets assets. bob, thank you for taking the time. what has been the overall bond market reaction to what we are seeing between those european nations and cypress? >> caller: sure. in general, it's been fairly muted this morning. the first time, i think, the markets have refocused on an event risk, but that said, if you look at most u.s. financial companies, the large banks and the larger european banks, they are only about five basis points wider in yield versus treasury. of course, the exception is the spanish, the italian banks, which are 30 basis points wider this morning. dagen: bob, do you think that that reaction should be bigger given what we're seeing, or is this an isolated incident, and to answer the bigger question, is this worth it for the european union to force a haircut on bank deposits? >> caller: no, i don't think it's worth it for them in the long run. that is the cor
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bob woodruff's special report coming up. >> later on, the on again/off again romance of katy perry and john mayer. their personal life can make interesting song lyrics weaned may have the final verse in "the skinny". >>> firsz, the details in the foiled plot to kill students at a university campus in florida. >> police say the gunman came dangerously close to carrying out his planned massacre until his roommate took incredibly brave action. abc's matt gutman is in orlando. >> reporter: the first video from police cameras, tracking down a would-be killer, body mounted cameras showing cops with assault rifles discovered the body of the gunman along with his arsenal of mass murder. in the background, that fire alarm. police say the shooter set it out so he could get students in the hallway and slaughter them. the suspected shooter pulled this fire alarm down, went back into his unit here, then he grabbed his guns and went after one of his roommates who fled into the bathroom. that roommate called 911. >> my roommate just pulled a fire alarm and he's got a gun o
off, at least with one top republican. senator bob corker of tennessee says he could envision raising tax revenue if democrats embrace big changes to medicare and social security. he is at odds with other members of his party including house speaker john boehner who is ruling out the prospect of any new taxes. >> i think, by the way, there is a chance on a deal. i know the president is saying the right things and we have an opportunity over the next four to five months. i think republicans, if they saw true entitlement reform would be glad to look at tax reform that generates additional rveevenues. that means closing loopholes and arranging our tax system so that we have economic growth. >> i don't know whether we can come to a big agreement. if we do, it will be between the two parties on capitol hill. the president got his tax hikes on january the 1st. the talk about raising revenue is over. it's time to deal with the spending problem. >> of course, the speaker is going to say that, but speaker has to say, as he is the leader of the republican house. this weekend confirmed what i sa
of the "washington journal" today. we're taking calls from just republicans. up first is bob from philadelphia, pennsylvania. bob, thanks for calling in this morning. caller: good morning. how are you, sir? host: good. your thoughts on this new effort? caller: i think that they are still missing a little bit of the point here. i think the biggest problem is uninformed voters. all they hear all day long is just background noise from mainstream media. i was a staunch liberal democrat. i truly was, until i started doing my own research and finding my own facts. even my mom and dad were staunch liberals. they're both dead now. t like my mom always thought jack kennedy could do nothing wrong. the biggest thing that converted necessity to being a republican is when i watched the democratic convention, and on the floor, they had the vote to put god and israel back on the platform. why on earth did they ever take it out? that was like the beginning, the wake-up call for me. and then the other day, you guys were talking about chuck hagel and the new missile sites and everything. i listened to all the c
. >> they could go all of the way. >> let's send it over to bob who is in the middle of this crowd for marin software, bob? and they brought everybody including their mother down here. one of the fun things about this is everyone brings their family and there are all sorts of people, wife, aunts and uncles and i'm talking to various people from different parts of the world. the bottom line is it has the cloud-based technology. right now we're looking at 1850, and somewhere around there. remember, 7 million shares and they upped that. the price talk was 11 to 13 and pricing at 14 and now we're looking at 18.50, somewhere around that. good numbers here and 4 million and $15. we have another one today. wes corp. the phone service provideir and know you were talking about a big week for ipos. we had the model and all pricing above their initial price and all doing very well. i counted 27 ipos so far this year, and i talked to the ipo financial about that. 21 of them have priced above their initial price. 21 out of 27 and those are good numbers. i guess the question is, where are the rest of them
day today. >> let's check in with bob pisani with more on what is moving this morning. hi, bob. just three points away from the all-time closing high. 1562 is where we are. 1565 the all-time closing high. we see homebuilders's little bit higher and now that cyprus is sort of done, reducing volatility on the markets and the focus will shift to the fundamentals and what's going on. you know the bulls' argument and we have reasonable valuations and accommodative central banks and two things are worrying me and is the commentary last week and it was terrible. bell weathers like fedex, caterpillar, tibco software coming out with very poor commentary. i think that's a real worry for people. nobody's worried their overall commentary and we're expectation 10% increase in earnings for your 2013. another issue is the whole seasonality thing and i know sell a man, go away and sounds like an old wives tale. it's not, folks. there's been tremendous buy-in to this concept in the last several years as the numbers have become more supportive that on the idea that the period from november to april ou
you soon, guys. thanks very much. >>> and it was an up and down week for stocks. bob pisani now recapping all the action. >> bottom line is we ended not far from the highs of the day, not enough to get us into positive territory for the week. look at the dow. what a difference a year makes. if this would have been a year ago, going into uncertainty on a major event happening in cyprus, we would have been selling, now everybody's buying because we think everything's going to work out okay. a different attitude than there was a year ago. different look at some of the earnings. micron, nike, tiffany, all with positive numbers. look at those nice moves up. it still didn't erase the memory of earlier in the week when we had oracle, fedex, caterpillar. those are bellwether names and they really weighed on the markets. we had a lot of ipos this week. a little bit disappointment with marin software. priced at 14, opened at 19. my heavens, that was a big open. i'll tell you my rule here. any time an ipo opens at the top and ends at the bottom, i don't care what the price is, that's a lit
. >> bob, how much of this -- what has really been extraordinary market activity. it is the beginning of something that could really be nice. after 12, 13 years where people don't even believe buying hold anymore. they don't believe it. maybe we're starting something. how much of that a femoral because of the fed and how much is improvements maybe caused by the fed? >> you know it's something i've been thinking a lot about lately. you wonder how much the fed is really impacted, you know, this recovery that we have seen. is the market and the economy really able to sort of stand on its own right now? and i don't think the answer is a really quite clear. you know, certainly you would see a market react if the fed were to reduce the amount of bond purchases they're doing on a monthly basis. the numbers are in comprehendible. you can't wrap your head around $85 billion a month. >> no. >> it's kind of ridiculous. but i think the economy is really at a point where it would probably be able to move forward. just maybe not at the level that we're seeing. i think we could get back to sort of a
, and that's 30 republican governors across the country. [cheers and applause] >> people like bob mcdonald, scott walker, john kasich, susana martinez, chris christie, brian sandoval. these are the people we need to listen to and make sure their message is heard loud and clear across the country. martha: he included in that group governor bob mcdonnell of virginia, and governor chris christie of new jersey both of whom were not invited to speak. >> he could have included matt america's ade. they know what works in terms of washington which has a lot of theories about what should work. governors have to balance their budget every year, have to live within your means. washington could take lessons from many of the governors, martha. martha: i think you'll see a lot of focus in the blue and purple states as mitt romney said where republican governors are doing well. some wonder why a couple of those names were not included in the conference. there is a new report where they acknowledge the technological shortcomings for one thing and the outreach that needs to start now if republicans hope to
. >>> let's check with bob pisani who's on the floor with more on what's moving this morning. >> interesting company, aviv. i used to be in the real estate business. aviv nursing home facilities. somewhere around $21 right now. another good ipo. it is 25r7bd $1 right now. we haven't had a reit ipo in a while. it was silver bay back in december. it was the last one. that did really well. by the way, aviv is projecting a 7% dividend yield. ask the ceo about that. 7%? are they going to stick to that? that is a juicy yield. that will help the company a lot. big story today, what's up with the earnings and guidance? i'm getting a little worried here. look at number adding up here. fedex, caterpillar, a krchctuan. airgas, great industrial bellwether. sales disappointing in february. no improvement in march, they're saying. airgas, entirely u.s.-based company. no, we can't blame it on your. no, china's sales are down. airgas, all u.s. that's a little bit of a concern to me. i call up everybody last night, say what the heck is going on here? is this the start of a trend here? everybody who says bull
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, the marine corps furious with senator harry reid. we will tell you why. see what bob beckel thinks about it then michele bachmann says that barack obama is running a lavish white house. spending an incredible amount of tax money on himself. is that true? factor is coming right back. my wife takes centrum silver. i've been on the fence about it. then i read an article about a study that looked at the long term health benefits of taking multivitamins. they used centrum silver for the study... so i guess my wife was right. [ male announcer ] centrum. always your most complete. >> bill: earlier this week 8 marines were killed. seven others injured. senator reid from that state quickly exploited the issue angering the marine corps. >> this sequester should go away. we have cut already huge amounts of money and deficit reduction. it's just not appropriate, mr. president. that our military can't train and do the maintenance necessary. these men and women our marines were training there in hawthorne and with the sequester it's going to cut the stuff back. >> can i tell you marine corps officials
, but basketball-- >> and we'll talk about the "the five", and bob beckel got cbs amazing race to apologize for something they did, they took american veterans for granted and apologized and kudos to beckel and watch "the five" and a victory lap and he deserves it. stuart: very good. and time for the gold report. and where are we? with stocks up 40 points on the dow and gold is up 10 bucks below $1600 per ounce. the head of the n.r.a. and anti-gun mayor of new york city square off. we'll show you some of the fireworks, charles, sandra smith on their way in. they're next. >> i think i have a responsibility and i think you and all of your viewers have responsibilities to try to make this country safer. >> we don't want them in their restaurants, don't want them in their homes and don't want to tell them what food to eat and they sure don't want to tell what self-defense firearms to own and he can't buy america. >> all right. that was the weekend. that was new york mayor michael bloomberg, separate appearances on "meet the press." . they're going at it it it over guns and mayor bloomberg want
's check in with bob and he's on the floor this morning with more of what's moving. >> happy monday. weir well off of our lows and now we're only down 72 and the financials are weak and energy stocks and some of the materials are down 1%. all of the gold stocks are to the upside. you know, i asked around saturday and said why did they go after the deposits so much and apparently the answer i got from people who watch this stuff was that was all there was to go after and there was not a lot else they could seize in any way easily and with all of this said, can i just take the other side of this about not protesting too much? there were plenty of one-off taxes in europe. the italians have been screaming for months about this. they had a whole new bunch of taxes on their financial assets and some of capital gains and not all on deposits and there were a lot of one-off taxes in europe reese leent and will we have some kind of bank run? there have been safety programs in the last two years put into effect and they have the bond-buying program and the ecb, able to buy cheap loans and the ltro p
pregnant. you're glowing. >> bob roth, david lynch foundation, taught ray galio how to do meditation. it was amazeng. >> a different david lynch? >> actually not. >> it is amazing. i'm a total skeptic. i thought i was going to sit there and do this mantra stuff. >> how long did you meditate for? >> 20 minutes twice a day. >> did you ohm. >> i have my own mantra. >> you can just use your breath. it doesn't matter. >> corporation wants to increase productivity, want their employees to be healthy. city hall. >> here's the thing. city hall is not telling you to go and meditate. >> it's telling me not to have a 16 ounce soda. that's absurd. warren buffett -- how long has he been living on 2800 calories? if he wants to have a cherry coke, god bless him. this is insane. >> but they end up in our emergency rooms. even if you don't have single payer health care you pay for it. that's the thing. >> and the health care cost inflation is -- >> it's huge. $300 billion is what stress is costing corporate america right now. forget the touchy-feely wanting people to be healthy. start with the bottom
's go to bob in illinois. >> caller: hey, listen i'm a progressive. i'm also jewish, i live in scoki, illinois. >> hal: there are other jews there, i have heard. >> caller: oh, yeah. i'm progressive here in the states. when it becomes to israel i'm probably a little bit more on the right. here is the reality. you know how we see there is really nobody to negotiate with in the congress. >> hal: uh-huh. >> caller: unfortunately you have the situation with the palestinians, you have hamas, which is dead set against doing anything with israel and you have fatau, which has its hands tied. let me ask you a question hal, realistically. if you want to stop the israelis from continuing to build settlements, wouldn't you sit down and start to negotiate? because the settlements would probably stop once the negotiations get really serious? >> hal: there have been several times where israel has made an agreement specifically about not moving forward with settlements, and then has continued to move forward with settlements even after -- you know -- like that was the decision.
reform an entitlement cuts we had, bob corker certainly staunchly conservative republican on the show on "fox news sunday" last week and said if the president were really to go out there and sell entitlement reform, give political cover to democrats and republicans i think republicans would go for more tax revenue. bill: what do you think? have you heard something like that come from this white house since the election? >> no, no, i haven't and that's why i think, you know, if you were going to bet you would bet very much against there being a deal. it is a question how serious everybody wants to get. there's a deal to be made and everybody understands what it would be. it is not that far from bowles-simpson was proposed in the bipartisan presidential commission in september of 2010, but nobody has been willing it make that deal. bill: take it outside of washington. our fox polling just conducted this week. should the federal government be forced to balance its budget just like american families? 85% say yes. >> oh absolutely. i'm sure, i don't know if there is a question out there, h
. >> i'm bob. we talked at the stocks store. i did your taxes. >> i thought you were a tax expert? >> today i'm a master plumber. tracy:. >> the judge says there is nothing false or misleading about the ad. good thing it says about turbotax it is true. the implication you can go to h&r block and maybe not get someone who is experienced in tax preparation is true even though the employees are trained there. that said, david gordon of asymmetric says many of more successful ads released during the tax prep season focused on differentiation. showcasing each firm's unique value proposition. as for ads mentioned in the lawsuit he says while h&r block did complain about their aggressive nature, most of the viewers in the ad test for this survey show they barely noticed the difference. back to you. tracy: i haven't either. i used both products. finished tax return. at end of the day you go with who is easy and got nothing to do with the ads but what do i know? diane macedo thank you very much. >> thank you. adam: you're a tax expert. you know a lot. tracy: but i don't think the ads are t
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